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Perry Nickelston, Trigger Points and Pain

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After 25 years in the strength trenches, Perry Nickelston understands the pain that accompanies hard training. This led him to the study of soft tissue recovery, and in particular the amazing response of the human body to trigger point therapy.

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Perry Nickelston Trigger Points –  Trigger Points –  How to Find Trigger Points

After 25 years in the strength trenches, Perry Nickelston understands the pain that accompanies hard training. This led him to the study of soft tissue recovery, and in particular the amazing response of the human body to trigger point therapy. We may not know how it works, but we can still benefit from these simple techniques.

“There are some people who have metabolic disorders. If you have some hormone imbalance issues like adrenal fatigue, which are the stress glands that sit on top of the kidneys, this makes you prone to trigger points. People who are hypothyroid because their thyroid gland is just a little bit under-producing are also prone to them.

“Trigger points are tough to treat, because you never feel pain where the knot is, so you can have pain, for instance, in your elbow that can come from a trigger point high up inside your neck and your shoulder. I’m going to help you treat the site of pain by going after the direct source.” ~Perry Nickelston

TOPIC MARKERS

• Background of Trigger Points (2:35)
• Sternocleidomastoid (11:40)
• Scalenes (14:55)
• Supraspinatus (19:00)
• Pectorals (20:40)
• Infraspinatus (23:00)
• Subscapularis (24:50)
• Serratus Posterior Superior (26:45)
• Trapezius (30:00)
• Levator Scapulae (31:40)
• Wrist Extensors (32:45)
• Quadratus Lumborum (33:35)
• Tensor Fascia Latae (35:45)
• Iliopsoas (37:10)
• Glutes (39:35)
• Piriformis (42:00)
• Adductor Longus (42:50)
• Vastus Lateralis/Medialis (44:05)
• Calves (46:05)
• Anterior Tibialis (48:10)
• Rectus Femoris (48:45)
• Sole of the Foot (49:30)
• 5 Takeaway Points (51:35)

LECTURER BIO

Perry Nickelston is a chiropractic physician who specializes in movement assessment and soft tissue pain therapy. He’s a lecturer and author who writes a popular blog at stopchasingpain.com.

Who Benefits?

Clinicians interested in the most common trigger point areas, the symptoms and treatment options

1 review for Perry Nickelston, Trigger Points and Pain

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    WOW! I can’t believe all the information Perry includes in this lecture for only a few dollars! I think he is a the forefront of this field and can definitely help you be much better at your craft!

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Duration: 54 minutes; Transcript: 14 pages; Mp3 file size: 139 MBs

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